What can eat to defeat the super germs in the intestine?

What can eat to defeat the “super germs” in the intestine?

Recently, a two-year, unprecedented-scale study showed that daily intake of Lactobacillus casei strains (a typical probiotic, the strain used in Yakult drinks) has a significant effect on reducing the incidence of acute dysentery in young children.

This is the result of a study on the incidence of probiotics and young children with acute dysentery conducted by Yakult Corporation and the National Research Center for Cholera and Diarrhea in India.
.hzh{display:none;}  据日本共同社报道,全世界5岁和5岁以下儿童每年的死亡的人数是880万,而且印度是死亡最高的国家(每年约为183万儿童)。It is reported that 13% of deaths among children aged 5 and under in India are due to dysentery.
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  This is a double-blind randomized controlled trial involving 3,585 children aged 1 to 5 years in Kolkata, India.
The two groups of children who participated in the experiment ingested Yakult or placebo daily for 12 weeks, observed the incidence of acute dysentery, and detected pathogenic microorganisms in feces.
  The results showed that the proportion of children with dysentery in the Yakult group (608 out of 1,802 patients) was significantly reduced compared to the “placebo” group (674 in 1,783 patients).
In addition, the incidence of dysentery in the Yakult group (0.
88 times / pediatric / year) compared to the “placebo” group (1.
029 times / children / year), this difference is statistically significant (P <0. 01). At the same time, analysis of pathogenic bacteria, viruses and parasites in children with diarrhea and diarrhea showed that the detection rate of Aeromonas and Cryptosporidium in the Yakult group was lower than that in the placebo group.   The taste and color of placebo and Yakult are similar, but the placebo drink does not contain Lactobacillus casei strains. The efficacy of Yakult is scientifically verified by comparing the different effects of the two groups of drinks.